Pytloun Hotel Liberec
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- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Czech border. We started in Oybin, a pretty little village with an impressive pile of rocks topped by a fortress. It was a fairly steep walk up, but we stopped half way to visit the little chapel where Mario's parents had recently renewed their marriage vows. It is absolutely beautiful inside, with columns painted to look like marble and creeping plants to decorate the pews. The altar screen is lovely, as is the organ, ...
... by a bowl of lettuce with Kathrin’s dressing, and all washed down with beer - delicious!
The family has a guest house in their garden, an old-looking building on the outside but ultra-modern on the inside; everywhere is clad in pale wood, with sliding glass doors and even a sauna, although we didn’t have time to sample it. We were very comfortable in there and had a good night’s sleep, exhausted after all the ...
... by the time got back inside brrrrrrrrr. After the game we all walked into town which was about 1 km down the hill. The guys decided to go the slippery dangerous way. Charly and I thought otherwise. We were soon joined by Hubert. What a nice guy! Dinner in town was ok, not as good as last nights! But we were all in good spirits. Marc for some reason decided to wear the broken snow boots down, doing a repeat of me and covering the floor in black rubber. I think this ...
... to myself. Ah we finished our meal I looked down again and there was more and more dirt. I showed marc and as soon as I did I realised that it wasn't dirt that was surrounding my boots, it was the boots themselves! For the entire dinner I had been dancing my feet on the table legs and the ground, completely unaware that I had been doing so and grinding the rubber grip things off the bottom of Marc's boots. Oh dear. The floor was covered and most of Marc's ...
... that Tom Cruise ran up in Mission Impossible. He also showed us a fountain by the famous anti establishment modern artist David Cerny in which two figures (supposed to be representing Hitler and Mussolini) are peeing into a base that is shaped like the Czech Republic. The figures even rotated and moved up and down. It was very bizarre. I have also heard there is a giant purple middle finger and a sculpture of a woman giving birth that you can actually go inside. It's all ...